SPECIAL EVENT – REGISTER NOW LINK

Would you like to learn why native plants are the key to the future?
Doug Tallamy, author of Bringing Nature Home and Nature’s Best Hope, will present a special talk about birds and native plants. The title of his presentation is “A Guide to Restore the Little Things that Run the World.”

Doug Tallamy  “Bringing Nature Home” perspective is the foundation for Audubon’s Plants for Bird program https://www.audubon.org/PLANTSFORBIRDS .

Once you have registered you will receive a confirmation with the link from Zoom.

Thanks to Venice Area Audubon for making arrangements with Mr. Tallamy and to Audubon Florida for hosting the program so that everyone could join. You can also register under EVENTS on the Audubon Florida Facebook page.

SPECIAL EVENT2020 Roof-top Nesting Volunteer Opportunities

WHAT: 1.Remove Chick Protective fencing, 2.Winter Surveys, 3.Site Risk Evaluations, 4.Update Contacts List and 5.Social Media Informant
WHEN & WHERE:  link to …more information

CLICK HERE TO PRINT COMPLETE REQUEST DOCUMENT

FOR MORE INFORMATION: please call Rebekah the Roof-top Nesting Biologist with Audubon Florida
at 570-242-7524 or  rebekah.snyder@audubon.org

EXPERIENCE

GREAT EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT

Building Osprey Nest Platforms – A Great Eagle Scout Project
by Jim Cox, Director, FMWAS and
Caleb Sampson
Candidate, Eagle Scout and UWF Student.

In 2019 my wife Lila and I attended classes with the Florida Master Naturalist Program from the University of Florida.

To complete the Coastal Systems segment of the program,
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CITIZEN SCIENCE
HIGHLIGHTS OF CITIZEN SCIENCE SURVEY AT EASTMAN

The 1500-acre tract of land owned by Air Products, with portions leased by Taminco amines manufacturing facility, a wholly owned subsidiary of Eastman Chemical, presents a unique wildlife sanctuary.

The facility contains different habitats (mixed woodlands, open areas of grasses and weeds, bodies of water with marsh conditions, and a bayfront on Escambia Bay) that provide birds cover, food, and nesting
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 CONSERVE

WHAT AVIAN SCIENCE AND CONSERVATION MEANS TO ME

I have been working with birds for over ten years. During this time-span, avian conservation has taken on
many different forms and meanings to me.

At 18 years old, I started volunteering with a local bird bander for their M.A.P.S. banding season (Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivor ship), partially because a friend of mine was doing it, but mostly because my mother made me
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